The Header structure of a PST file is located at the beginning of the .pst file. It contains complete metadata about the PST file, and also the Root information about how to gain access to the NDB Layer data structures. The layout of the Header file structure, including the destination and relative ordering of few fields, is different between various ANSI versions. An Outlook PST file in general (short for Personal Storage Table), is a file wherein all account related data like Emails, Contacts, Tasks, To-do lists, Feeds, Journals, Notes and other data from an Outlook profile is stored. There is a definite PST file for each of these attributes for every different Outlook user. All data is stored in a unique type of file called a PST with file extension .pst.
What causes a PST header file to get corrupt?
Due to logical damages to PST file header, it can get corrupt and become inaccessible. Some of the most obvious actions that are likely to corrupt Outlook files in general, are mentioned below:
Repair PST header files using Remo PST Repair software:
Remo Repair PST is a brilliant as well as one of the most trusted Outlook repair softwares to repair PST header files. Hence you can comfortably make use of this amazing tool to reliably repair corrupt PST header files and other Outlook files. This Outlook repair tool is particularly designed to fix inaccessible and corrupt Outlook PSTs and repairing PST headers that are inaccessible.
Some highlights of Remo Repair PST software:
Step 1: Install and run the free version of Remo Repair PST on your Windows computer and browse for the PST file that is to be repaired using "Browse" and then click on "Next" button.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Select appropriate repair option to proceed with the PST repair process.
Figure 2: Select Suitable Option
Step 3: Select the drive where you wish to store the fixed PST file and click on “Next” option.
Figure 3: Select Drive
Step 4: Once the repair process is finished, you can view the repaired PST files along with other contents.
Figure 4: Preview Window